Thursday, February 9, 2023

News From Rebel Nation

Photo Courtesy of University Communications
Photo Courtesy of University Communications

A Look at Ole Miss Sports

By: GP Galloway

G P has spent the last 20 years as director of marketing for companies in Charlotte, North Carolina, as well as founder of Professional Resource Marketing.

Robert Nkemdiche reportedly is planning an official visit to the University Florida this coming weekend. Let him take all the visits he wants. He only gets to do this once. Then it’s back to the grind.

DT Shackleford on Facebook: When you have a passion for something nobody has to make you do it. Nobody has to tell you to work harder… It’s on the inside of you and no matter what above all it’s what you love to do. I will say this to the younger people if you don’t love what you are trying to pursue it will never work… Find your passion…work hard…. Never be denied despite the critics… Love y’all and have a great day .

Kendrick Doss, 2014 quarterback from Florence High School in Ala., receives an offer today from Ole Miss. At 6 foot 2  205 pounds, quarterback Kendrick Doss is a dual threat athlete.  While he lists himself as a spread quarterback, Doss has the ability to play in any offense. He is hearing from Ole Miss, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi State, Vanderbilt, Nebraska, Tennessee, South Alabama, and Tulane.

 Denzel Nkemdiche @denzelnkemdiche  from Twitter- Nkemdiche means I’m different. That is the African translation.
The Rebels play at Vanderbilt tonight. Vanderbilt’s leading scorer point guard Kedren Johnson (15.7) is hurting after a partial dislocation of his right shoulder over the weekend. The game is at 8 p.m. on ESPNU.
A couple bracketologists have Ole Miss as a 9th seed in the NCAA tourney. It’s a little early for that. If the Rebels keep winning it could get much better.